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Author Taylor, Ann M.

Title The river within : poems / Ann Taylor.

Published Spokane, WA : Ravenna Press, [2011]
©2011

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 UniM Bail  811.6 TAYLOR    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description 64 pages ; 22 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references [pages 67-68].
Contents The river within -- Let there be moose -- Annie Oakley: peerless lady wing-shot -- Cleopatra's conquest -- Only annual -- Jenny and Charles -- Collectors -- Still life with empty bowl -- Hypotenuses -- Parade-bone -- Red cat, Clyde -- Finding the hidden meaning -- Spectral -- Annie Taylor takes the falls -- Methuselah -- Friday night for sale -- Pencil --Custom-made -- Julia's Leonids -- Coins of the realm -- At the divide -- Je ne sais quoi -- Campsite at Masai Mara -- So much of my journeying has been with you -- The lagoon -- Tracings -- Near Athens -- When you have forgotten Oxford -- Take the hills -- Almost -- Children's garden -- Staffordshire burial -- "The fear of death is upon the child" -- En paz descanse -- The prince frog -- Cloaks, Italia -- The library of Assurbanipal -- Visiting the tombs at Alcobaça Abbey -- At Illium -- Trojan walls -- Burning Ghat, burning eleephant -- Saint Nil's crutches -- To carry on with the dying -- Five Kuznechny Lane -- Whirling with the Dervishes.
Summary The poems of an: observer, thinker, and lover of the things of this world, current and past, recording her surprise at the natural world and her own surprising responses to nature's enduring harmonies. A substantial, mature and accessible collection that won in 2011 the inaugural Cathlamet Prize for Poetry from Ravenna Press.
Subject American poetry -- 21st century -- Women authors.
ISBN 9780983598282 (paperback)
0983598282 (paperback)